2004-05 General Education Requirements

WRITTEN COMPOSITION (two courses required)

6

ENGL

111

Composition I

ENGL

112

Composition II

FINE ARTS (one course required) 

3

ART

110

Introduction to Visual Art

ART

118

Ceramics I

ART

122

Sculpture I

ART

156

Drawing I

ART

162

Painting I

ART

166

Photography I

FILM

229

The Film as an American Art Form

FILM

230

The European Film and Film Criticism

MUSC

100

Music Appreciation

MUSC

102

World Music and Culture

THEA

101

Introduction to Theatre Arts

THEA

102

Introduction to Technical Theatre and Design

THEA

120

Introduction to Dance

THEA

131

Fundamentals of Acting

FOREIGN LANGUAGE (one course required)*

3

FREN

201

Intermediate French

GRMN

201

Intermediate German

LATN

201

Intermediate Latin

SPAN

201

Intermediate Spanish

HISTORY (two courses required)

6

HIST

101

History of Civilization

HIST

102

History of Civilization

LABORATORY SCIENCE (two courses required)

8

BIOL

111-111L

Organisms, Ecology, and Evolution and Lab

BIOL

112-112L

Cells:  Genetic and Molecular Perspectives and Lab

CHEM

103-105L

Fundamentals of Chemistry and Lab

CHEM

104-106L

Fundamentals of Chemistry and Lab

CHEM

127

Chemistry of Life

ENVS

101-101L

Earth and Environmental Science I and Lab

ENVS

102-102L

Earth and Environmental Science II and Lab

PHYS

141

College Physics

PHYS

142

College Physics

PHYS

161

General Physics

PHYS

162

General Physics

PHYS

181

Solar System Astronomy

PHYS

182

Stellar Astronomy

PSYC

103-105L

General Psychology and Lab

PSYC

104-106L

General Psychology and Lab

SCIE

101

Principles of Science I

SCIE

102

Principles of Science II

LITERATURE (one course required)

3

ENGL

201

Literature Culture I

ENGL

202

Literature Culture II

FREN

207

French Literature in Translation I

FREN

208

French Literature in Translation II

SPAN

208

Spanish and Latin American Literature

THEA

211

Dramatic Literature I

THEA

212

Dramatic Literature II

MATHEMATICS (one course required)

3

MATH

103

Calculus I

MATH

106

Liberal Arts Math

ORAL COMMUNICATION (one course required)

3

COMM

101

Argumentation and Practical Reasoning

THEA

123

Voice and Dictation

PHILOSOPHY (one course required)

3

PHIL

200

Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL

204

Introduction to Ethics

RELIGIOUS STUDIES (one course required)

3

RELG

201

Hebrew Bible/Old Testament

RELG

202

New Testament

RELG

205

Religions of Asia

RELG

206

Judaism, Christianity and Islam

SOCIAL SCIENCE (two courses required)

6

ECON

100

Economics Perspectives

ECON

201

Principles of Economics-Micro

ECON

202

Principles of Economics-Macro

INTL

101

Global Politics in the New Millennium

POLI

110

Contemporary Political Problems II

POLI

111

Quest for Justice I

POLI

112

Quest for Justice II

SOCI

100

American Generations

SOCI

221

Cultural Anthropology

WELLNESS (one course required)

2

HLTH

102

Life Choices for Health and Wellness

HPE

102

Concepts for Exercise and Lifetime Wellness

SENIOR SYMPOSIUM (one course required)

2

G S

435

Senior Symposium

G S

436

Senior Symposium

* The foreign language requirement may be waived if a student whose primary language is not English can demonstrate acceptable written and spoken proficiency in his/her native language to members of the foreign language faculty.